Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote this story shortly after returning to
his home Undershaw from South Africa, where he had worked as a
volunteer physician at the Langman Field Hospital in Bloemfontein.
He was assisted with the plot by a 30-year-old Daily Express
journalist named Bertram Fletcher Robinson. His ideas came from the
legend of Richard Cabell, which was the fundamental inspiration for
the Baskerville tale of a hellish hound and a cursed country
squire. Cabell's tomb can be seen in the Devon town of
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